Pros and cons of carpal tunnel surgery: Part 6 - Alternatives to Surgery





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Published on Nov 9, 2013

Carpal tunnel surgery is often called the "gold standard" for treating carpal tunnel syndrome. This is not only erroneous but misleading because most doctors and patients alike fail to consider the pros and cons fairly and objectively.

There are proven and reliable non-surgical methods to reverse carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms without surgery. This is not speculation but scientific fact. The surgical alternatives are many, and each patient must choose which is best for his or her needs. Most can be done in far less time than it would take to recover from surgery for carpal tunnel syndrome.

Each patient owes it to themselves to explore every treatment option first. Collecting the facts and ignoring popular belief is a good start. And always remember, as recommended by the National institutes of Health and the American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons, surgery should be your LAST option once you've tried every non-surgical method first.

If you have carpal tunnel syndrome then you require serious therapy that effectively targets the root cause of the problem: micro-adhesions that cause the tendons to become inflamed.
To permanently alleviate such inflammation, merely removing pressure on the median nerve (like surgery attempts is not nearly enough. And it's the main reason carpal tunnel surgery fails so often. Only deep tissue carpal tunnel massage can alleviate the inflammation permanently because it drains fluid while also breaking the adhesions that cause the inflammation.

And it does so without surgery!

This carpal tunnel treatment is nearly 100% effective, but you need such massage expertly performed by a trained therapist daily and for 2-4 weeks. Or you can use the Carpal Rx which is calibrated to perform this identical treatment, called Carpal Rx Therapy, on your wrist and forearm automatically, at home and every day for 2-4 weeks. So why visit a therapist repeatedly for this treatment if you don't have to?

Visit www.CarpalRx.com for more information.


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